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The Medieval Chants for Ste Foy Considered through the Prism of Their Nocturnal Performance (2023)
Journal Article
Parkes, H. (2023). The Medieval Chants for Ste Foy Considered through the Prism of Their Nocturnal Performance. Arts, 12(5), Article 188. https://doi.org/10.3390/arts12050188

The medieval cult of Ste Foy inspired several sets of liturgical chants, or historiae, including at least two that were probably made for use at Conques in the early eleventh century. Whilst it is widely understood that historia chants belonged withi... Read More about The Medieval Chants for Ste Foy Considered through the Prism of Their Nocturnal Performance.

Human-AI Musicking: A Framework for Designing AI for Music Co-creativity (2023)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Vear, C., Benford, S., Avila, J. M., & Moroz, S. (2023). Human-AI Musicking: A Framework for Designing AI for Music Co-creativity.

In this paper, we present a framework for understanding human-AI musicking. This framework prompts a series of questions for reflecting on various aspects of the creative interrelationships between musicians and AI and thus can be used as a tool for... Read More about Human-AI Musicking: A Framework for Designing AI for Music Co-creativity.

Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS (2023)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Benford, S., Hazzard, A., Vear, C., Webb, H., Chamberlain, A., Greenhalgh, C., …Marshall, J. (2023). Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS. In TAS ‘23: Proceedings of The First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems 11-12 July 2023 Edinburgh, UK. https://doi.org/10.1145/3597512.3599709

Conventional wisdom has it that trustworthy autonomous systems (AS) should be explainable, dependable, controllable and safe tools for humans to use. Reflecting on a portfolio of artistic applications of TAS leads us adopt an alternative stance and t... Read More about Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS.

Returns and Simulacra (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Returns and Simulacra. 29 May 2023 - 3 June 2023. (Unpublished)

Returns and Simulacra combines sound and projections of video onto a screen with the performer’s body on stage. It uses mini bee accelerometers and touch-sensor attachments as an instrument called Piano Hands. Through this instrument, the pianist con... Read More about Returns and Simulacra.

Towards a Definition of the “Romano-German Pontifical” and Back (2023)
Book Chapter
Parkes, H. (2023). Towards a Definition of the “Romano-German Pontifical” and Back. In H. Buchinger, & A. Irving (Eds.), On the Typology of Liturgical Books from the Western Middle Ages / Zur Typologie liturgischer Bücher des westlichen Mittelalters (275-301). Münster: ‎ Aschendorff Verlag

NAUTILUS: A CASE STUDY IN HOW A DIGITAL SCORE CAN TRANSFORM CREATIVITY (2023)
Journal Article
Vear, C., Rees, C., & Stephenson, A. (2023). NAUTILUS: A CASE STUDY IN HOW A DIGITAL SCORE CAN TRANSFORM CREATIVITY. Tempo, 77(303), 33-42. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0040298222000791

This article discusses Nautilus (2022), a composition for solo bass flute created using machine-learning techniques and a Unity game engine. We consider the approaches we adopted and how they enhanced creativity and musicianship for those involved. W... Read More about NAUTILUS: A CASE STUDY IN HOW A DIGITAL SCORE CAN TRANSFORM CREATIVITY.